Suzanne Evans: Nigel Farage 'seen as divisive character'

UKIP deputy chairman Suzanne Evans has suggested that perceptions of Nigel Farage as "divisive" mean he should not lead the No campaign during the EU referendum.

Speaking to Andrew Neil on the BBC's Daily Politics, Ms Evans said the UKIP leader was perceived as "having strong views that divide people".

She predicted that "somebody else" would front the campaign to leave the EU in the referendum promised by 2017.